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Jul
4

An earthly and a heavenly citizen

An earthly and a heavenly citizen Far be it from us “to glory, except in the cross of our Lord Jesus Christ, by which the world has been crucified to us, and us to the world” (Gal. 6:14).
Apr
25

An evangelical in a strange country: the Episcopal Church

An evangelical in a strange country: the Episcopal Church Mine would have been a thoroughly secular life, if it had been left to the anemic liberal Anglicanism of the parish church in my hometown, or the chapel of my English boarding school.
Mar
15

Preaching and imagination

Preaching and imagination Few preachers manage a zinger every week, but too many seem content with mediocrity.
Jan
28

Am I ready to die?

Am I ready to die? The diagnosis came like a bolt from the blue. As a priest, I have regularly been near death and dying, but I found myself unprepared for the inevitable in my case.
Jul
30

Life’s unexpected turning point

Life’s unexpected turning point Richard Kew: "Two weeks ago I did not know that I had heart disease."
Jun
15

Coincidences: God’s anonymous way?

Coincidences: God’s anonymous way? Faith involves long periods of trudging forward, punctuated by coincidences and the unexpected — and these sometimes build upon one another.
Sep
10

Richard Kew

The Revd. Richard Kew is (mostly) retired and is an Associate Priest at St. George’s Episcopal Church, Nashville, Tennessee.

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